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According to Computerworld (This article and its images were originally posted on Computerworld September 26, 2018 at 03:06PM.)
Microsoft loves to play cat-and-mouse with Win10 version release dates, but as I explained yesterday, it looks as if the RTM version of Win10 1809 will be based on build 17763, and it’ll likely arrive on Oct. 2, coinciding with the Surface event in New York. New Surfaces. New Windows. A match made in marketing heaven, eh?
There’s always a chance the release will be delayed, as it was with Win10 1803. But barring the arrival of a Ginormous Grinch, Oct. 2 seems like a done deal. So it would behoove you to download and hold on to a clean copy of Win10 version 1803 while the getting’s good. And official. And free. It may save your bacon someday.
Your mission is to create something called an ISO file, which is a single file that’s an image of an entire disk drive. If you’ve never worked with ISO files, don’t worry about it. Win10 handles them, more or less, like any other compressed file.
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